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paÍses vecinos. >>> la comunidad inmigrante en arizona tendrÁ 4 aÑos mas del sheriff joe arpaio. ♪. >>> una tormenta de nieve causa nevadas en regiones del noreste del paÍs, y azotÓ con peligrosos vientos e inundaciones varias zonas que luchan por recuperarse de la devastaciÓn dejada por sandy. nayeli chÁvez desde nueva york, trae imÁgenes del nuevo reto para millones de personas. >>> vivir frente al mar es una autÉntica pesadilla, para los que por segunda ocasiÓn son castigados por la madre naturaleza. >>> espantado, recordando lo que pasÓ la semana pasada. >>> el servicio meteorologico alertÓ que un frente frÍo, con lluvia, nieve, y vientos de 65 millas por hora, amenaza con azotar a estados ubicados en el atlÁntico, desde ayer, 4 ciudades recibieron una orden de evacuaciÓn obligatoria, en state island nueva york se detendrÁ labores de recuperaciÓn y ayuda para miles de familias como cesar rodrÍguez. >>> no tenemos luz, no sabemos de la tormenta. >>> en otra Áreas donde no volviÓ la electricidad, la preocupaciÓn es la calefaccion, el alcalde sugiriÓ alberg
polÉmico joe arpaio con su sexta victoria en las elecciones, se queda como sheriff de maricopa. despertar, los detalles de un evento masivo en que al menos 250 personas recibir'an apoyo con su proceso de ciudadanía. además, los secuestros en mexico ya no sólo tienen en la mira a gente adinerada; quienes tienen pocos recursos también están en riesgo. ♪. (gritos) >>> en el times square de nueva york, se dieron cita miles para festejar hasta altas horas de la madrugada, la victoria del presidente obama que le dio la reelecciÓn. >>> y contagiÓ a los que esperaban conocer resultados anta la casa blanca, la mayorÍa estudiantes de george washington que corrieron a la reja para mostrar su jÚbilo con gritos de 4 aÑos mÁs. >>> el polÉmico sheriff de maricopa joe arpaio quien fue acusado de prÁcticas raciales contra hispanos, logrÓ triunfar en elecciones, y conservarÁ su cargo, se trata de la sexta elecciÓn consecutiva que gana, marÍa antonieta nos hablaa de su triunfo. >>> se dice que se entra en un sitio a gritos y somhabrerazos para ilustrar cuando la desesperaciÓn embarga a u
esperanzas que su esfuerzo haya valido la pena para sacar de supuesto a joe arpaio, vamos con el informe. >>> esta vigilia en centro de phoenix cumplió la semana, día y noche los presentes rezan a la virgen de guadalupe piden que sus esfuerzo por motivar latinos a votar no sea en vano. >>> me parece falta de respeto para estas personas que tomaron tiempo para dar este voto, para decir aquí estoy, y mi voz cuenta y que no sabemos donde están los votos de estas personas. >>> más de una semana de las elecciones en arizona aún no se ha finalizado el conteo de votos. >>> y estos activistas temen que los votos sin contar son de 30 mil nuevos votantes latinos que registraron con la esperanza de sacar al alguacil de maricopa joe arpaio.>>> el voto latino tuvo impacto y aquí no sabemos el impacto de nosotros sólo lo que miramos en las elecciones, ese día fue de victoria para republicanos en el estado, joe arpaio aún mantiene ventaja el departamento de elecciones no ha dado a conocer si las boletas que faltan pro votar son de precintos latinos que pudieran alterar esta contienda. >>> no
por arizona, y la otra del controversial alguacil de maricopa joe arpaio retado por pensone un demÓcrata policÍa de 21 aÑos de carrera. el sheriff joe arpaio tiene contribuciones de 8 millones de dÓlares contra medio millon de dÓlares, la moneda estÁ en el aire, la situaciÓn desde arizona, marÍa elena. >>> gracias muy interesante. le recordamos el martes a la 7 de la noche, a la 6 centro y 4 pacÍfico comienza la cobertura especial de
puesto al alguacil joe arpaio. >>> esta vigilaia en le centro e phoenix ya cumpliÓ la semana, dÍa a dÍa, los rpepresentes le a rezan a la virgen de guadalupe. >>> me parece una flalta de r e respeto para las personas que o tomaron su tiempo para dar ese v voto u y decir mi voz cvtauent. >>> a mÁs de una semana de las e elecciones presidenciales en a i arizona, aÚn no ftermina el co e conteo de votos, y estos ac activistas teman que la mayorÍa de votos sin contar son de los cvts votantes latinos que se regist r registaron para sacar del poder a joe arpaio. >>> aquÍ todavia no sabemos el i impacto de los latinos, so solamente lo que vimos en el dÍa de las elecciones presidencial s presidenciales. >>> ese da fddÍa fue dcuando l i hispanos tienen una ventjaa daj mÁs de 80 mil votos, pero no se ha informado que si lo que falta por contar son de esos precin precintos. >>> no kjme puedo explicar cÓ a pasan y pasan los dÍas y esto no llega al fin. >>> solamente en el condado m i maricopa quedan alrededor de 100 mil boletas por ocontar. >>> a noiivel estatal la cantid escala amas d
otro en esta tienda de este afluente suburbio donde vive joe arpaio, hÉctor no gano pero desea lo mejor al nuevo millonario. >>> felicidades por ganar. >>> (hablan en inglÉs). >>> precisamente en phoenix la loterÍa tiene un mensaje para el que ganÓ en el estado. >>> por supuesto asegurese de no perder el boleto, no se olvide de firmarlo y llame. >>> es cierto que los boletos no se compran en nevada ni en california, miles cruzaron la frontera conseguirlo, las ventas aumentaron un 500%. los californianos que no llegaron hasta arizona se conformaban desde lejos. >>> hace mucho tiempo ganamos como mil dÓlares entre todos. >>> entre diez? >>> sÍ. >>> no todos pueden ganar 588 millones, pero siempre se puede seguir soÑando. >>> yo no gano ni en las canicas. nueva york recibyos los resto de macho camacho, ahÍ estuvo blanca rosa vilchez que tiene la historia. >>> el arribo de la madre de macho camacho estuvo rodeado de gran expectativa, su fÉretro estÁ en esta funeraria y solo se permitiÓ el ingreso de familiares cercanos. >>> llegue ahora, no me siento bien, porque estoy con medicac
dura contra los indocumentados por el reelecciÓn de joe arpaio. >>> esto es la principio de una guerra que vamos a ganar. >>> joe arpaio con varias acusaciones continuarÁ hasta el 2016 por lo menos. y en maryland por ejemplo se aprobÓ una enmienda para matrimonio de igual sexo. y la industria del porno tambiÉn fue tema de elecciÓn, los actores porno deberÁn usar condÓn en las pelÍculas. >>> tambiÉn resaltamos la victoria del primer latino en el senado. bÁrbara. >>> algo que nos llena de mucho orgullo. y si quiere ver mas videos y fotos tiene que conectarse a univisiÓn.com. >>> y en otro tema, un sismo ocurriÓ y el mas fuerte desde el aÑo 66, y el temblor durÓ unos 30 segundos y dejÓ varios daÑos. esto en guatemala. >>> y como vemos tambiÉn hay cementos desparramados en las calles y escombos. >>> y un obrero en guatemala estuvo sepultado por escombros. >>> y el camino a la escuella se vio interrumpido, el autobÚs se estrellÓ ante un a rejpa y despuÉs un departamento, pero resultaron ilesos los estudiantes. pamela. >>> y un sujeto dijo ser el responsable de la muerte d
perder la oportunidad de ejercer el derecho al voto. >>> joe arpaio acusado e perfil racial, tiene en juego su cargo de sheriff de maricopa en la boleta de hoy, volvÉmos. ♪. > >>> y ahora vamos a pasar con enrique, a la pantalla interactiva. >>> enrique. hay un nÚmero que estamos hartos de escuchar, 270 ¿por quÉ? >>> sÍ, el nombre de ohio, virginia y mÁs que estaremos mencionando en la noche, jorge y marÍa elena, revisamos once estados en que la contienda esÁa reÑida, desde nevada, me cruzo seÑalarla, nevada para obama, iowa, wisconsin, michigan, pensilvania y new hamshire, es un reflejo de encuestas, para mitt romney carolina dnpr norte, lo que dejarÍa, colorado, ohio, virginia y florida, los estados donde se decidirÍa la elecciÓn de miles de millones de dÓlares, y meses de campaÑa, virginia cierra primero en esta noche, igual que ohio, los resultados mÁs adelante, en nuestra cobertura especial, y tambiÉn combinaciones, y cÓmo afectarÁ el resultado de elecciÓn, mitt romney tendrÁ que ganar los 4 para llegar a 270. >>> los repetiremos, gracias. >>> gracias. >>>
nsito, en arizona, las autoridades e incluso el propio alguacil joe arpaio dicen que no hay irregularidad, andrea nos tiene una atrevida prueba de impacto, así que juzgue usted y después coméntenos qué les pareció ♪. >>> terminé bajo una carpa, modelando un traje de rayas, es el temor de miles de hispanos que viven en arizona. >>> las leyes como la ley sb 1070 permiten a los policías detenr al as personas. >>> lo acusan a uno por el color de su piel. >>> eso te pasó a ti. >>> sí. >>> estos trabajadores nos cuentan que las detenciones son a toda hora y en cualquier lugar. >>> quién tiene problemas de detenciones y fue afectado por el perfil racial. >>> lo que tenemos que hacer es una prueba, tenemos que salir con un conductor de rasgos latinos. >>> lo que los policías buscan es que tengan la música en español. >>> que los carros estén polarizados. >>> un sticker de una estación de radio mexicana. >>> en este auto rojo, con su respectivo sticker, pero con registro y seguro al día, estamos listos para empezar, al ritmo de nuestra música favorita ♪. ♪ yo soy mexicano,
maricopa, joe arpaio fue relecto. >>esto es el principio de una guerra que vamos a ganar >>arpaio es centro de varias demandas por usar el perfil racial contra latinos, continuará en su cargo hasta el 2016. >>en washington, merylan y maine se aprobo el matrimonio entre personas del mismo sexo. >>y la industria del porno también fue tema, los actores están obligado a usar condones durante la filmacion. en california rechazan la pena de muerte por cadena perpetua >>tedd cruz hizo historia, es senador latino electo. >>algo que por supuesto nos llena de mucho orgullo si quieren volver a ver los mejores momentos de las elecciones conectese a univisión.com >>fuerte terremoto sacude a guatemala, dejo decenas de desaparecidos, se declaro alerta roja, esto duró 30 segundos. >>gracias a la rapidez de las redes sociales varios usuarios en guatemala nos enviaron imágenes de los daños causados por este potente movimiento telúrico. >>se puede ver edificios y el cuerpo de una mujer que no sobrevivio. también un obrero que trabajaba quedo sepultado y los socorristas tuvieron que suministrarle oxi
house website. as we suspect, it is a fraudulent document. >> sheriff joe arpaio, reviewing the results of his tax high payer funded investigation into president obama's birth certificate. the sheriff, and a prominent mitt romney endorser, sent his cold-case posse to hawaii, where they discovered the president's birth certificate is a fraud! sheriff arpaio is a cartoon, but he is also a very visible political force republican arizona politics. a big backer of anti immigrant papers, please, law, he does everything he can to try to make himself nationally famous. to moving prisoners out of jail and putting them instead in tents in the desert. forcing prisoners to wear pink underwear, because it amuses him as sheriff to milwaukee them do that. he makes them eat baloney sandwiches with meat so rotten that the meat has turned green. and then the cold case posse to hawaii. some love old sheriff joe and his traveling circus, but some people don't and this year a group of high school kids took on sheriff joe arpaio. these 100 or so teenagers set up a voter registration drive called addo arpaio.
, porque no pudieron librarse, porque joe arpaio con sus 80 años logró la victoria, maría antonieta collins con las informaciones. >>> qué piensa para las personas que dicen que usted separa las familias. >>> no sé, pienso que estoy salvando más personas de las que estoy lastimando, ponemos a mucha gente en la cárcel, ¿qué quiere decir con lastimar personas? quiero hablar con ellos, explicar la ley, qué estamos haciendo, explicar que usan identificación falsa, de eso no hablan cuando los entrevistan. >>> por supuesto, esta mañana queremos saber su opinión con respecto a los resultados de las elecciones presidenciales, escríbanos a nuestro twitter (información en pantalla) >>> ahora en ohio, el estado de las nueces castañas, donde fue una cosecha a pedir de boca para los demócratas, porque el presidente barack obama logró la victoria, también los electores de ohio respaldaron el apoyo de brown a las automotrices ,blanca rosa vilches con la información, muy buenos días. >>> satcha pretto, muy buenos días, con este frío, tratas en realidad de abrigarte con la idea que cubre
's wonderful. victoria, speaking of immigration, sheriff joe arpaio, known for his extreme anti-immigrant views, has seen the light sort of. he told an arizona newspaper, i can get along great with the hispanics. in fact, i sure would like to meet them. would you like to give us what you think the reaction of what he calls the hispanics will be when he meets them? >> well, joe arpaio, and i'm actually a native of arizona so i have seen him throughout the years, he may be many things, but he's not dumb. he sees the demographic electoral handwriting on the wall, and he knows that currently latinos are close to 20% of the arizona electorate. in the next electoral cycle they will be close to a quarter of the electorate. if he wants to stay in office he has to make nice with latinos. he cannot continue these policies. i find it so interesting that suddenly he wants to meet the hispanics. >> jimmy and joy, jimmy first, i thought this was going to be a new refreshed republican party that bobby jindal was talking about after the election, but all of this sounds very, very familiar and old and obsolete.
except sheriff joe arpaio, of course, maybe, just maybe he'll be exorcised from our national political dialogue. yet republican posturing on the so-called fiscal cliff and it's related issues, namely the debt ceiling tax rates in particular, has remained uniquely similar to what they said on countless occasions before last tuesday's elections. absolutely no give on the notion of raising tax rates on the wealthiest. the republicans continue to repeat their favorite meme: just close loopholes, without ever specifying which or explaining how it's mathematically possible to close loopholes and raise enough revenue without crushing the middle class. why no explanation? simple: it can't be done. they don't give any ground on the fiscal platform. whether they're right or wrong politically is up for debate. with you what is certain is that they are wrong substantively. that's why i and many others, see paul krugman's piece in "the new york times," state request a certain passion no deal. mr. president, do not make a deal on fiscal issues with the republicans right now. call their bluff. stare
-election of the controversial sheriff joe like karo -- joe arpaio, citing a large amount of uncounted ballots. he has faced widespread accusations of discrimination and civil rights abuses against latinos as well as financial misconduct. election officials in maricopa county have acknowledged some 415,000 early and provisional ballots remain uncounted, a total that could wipe out our pile's election victory of the 88,000 votes. activists have been holding vigils outside the maricopa county recorder's office, demanding that the votes be counted and alleging election date irregularities. a man claiming to be a business owner and las vegas says publicly he has fired 22 of his more than 140 mostly hispanic employees because of president obama's re-election. speaking anonymously on the radio,he man blamed the expected cost of president obama's healthcare law. >> i explained to them a month ago if obama gets an office, the regulations for obamacare will hurt our business and i'm going to have to make provisions to make sure i have enough money to cover the payroll taxes, the additional health-care i'm going to h
flexpen.com. >>> arizona's notorious sheriff joe arpaio wants to set things straight when it comes to his lousy record on diversity and civil rights. arpaio told the arizona republic he can, quote, get along great with the hispanics. the hispanics? not exactly spreading the love. here's what arpaio said after winning re-election despite an aggressively challenge from a latino activist. >> i would hope to get together with the latino community if i could ever have them talk to me without screaming and threatening me. >> let the charm offenser begin. arpaio's long and ugly history of getting together with the latino community includes a justice department lawsuit accusing him of racial profiling, lawsuits linked to alleged civil rights violations, and the death of a prisoner while in custody. and recently saying he'll arm deputies with automatic weapons so they can hunt down suspected and undocumented immigrants. arpaio says now, quote, i sure would like to meet with latino community leaders, in the backroom or whatever, have a couple of beers and try to explain. meet in the backroom? a couple of beers?
-immigration law and the reputation of joe arpaio. the self-proclaimed toughest sheriff in america runs detention centers for illegal immigrants. >> legislation such as s.b. 1070 and the behavior of the maricopa county sheriff. it does cause frustration in neighborhoods like the one i am standing in. what we have done through hard work is to help people organize and mobilize and use that frustration in a positive manner. we are now voting, and we vote people in who will best represent the people of arizona. >> reporter: but not all hispanics feel the same way. social conservatives like tony rivero support congressman flake. recently, the city councilman from peoria organized a lunch at a church to give mr. flake the opportunity to introduce himself to latino voters. >> i am a christian, i am fiscally responsible, i am pro- life, i am pro freedom, i support marriage, i support smaller government and i support a complete solution on immigration. and i believe that congressman flake agrees with where i stand. >> reporter: in affluent scottsdale, a 30-minute drive north of phoenix, leah campos sees h
put in place by governor brewer and sheriff joe arpaio and maricopa county, how much of that has made this a much closer than expected race? >> hi, alex. it's a pleasure to be with you. i think it's very close because of some of the extremist politics that you are alluding to. whether it's the sheriff, the senator, russell pearce, all with those extreme views that are very, very painful, hurtful, and vitriolic, and i think it's inspiring the hispanic community as well as moderate democrats and republicans across the board that they're rejecting that, because that type of discussion doesn't really represent us in arizona. >> well, the other thing it seems to be doing is really creating a lot of enthusiasm among the latino population in terms of turning out the votes, i think. community groups say they have register in order than 34,000 latino voters. >> right. >> due to the arpaio reelect race and your race. >> well, it has. i mean i think a lot of the people who were sitting on the sidelines are irate now. they're tired of this. they're tired of being marginalized. they see me as a re
check and figure out if they're the party of pete wilson and joe arpaio and others who are hard-liners on this issue. the fact is, latinos are part of the american family. and oftentimes these policies make latinos feel as though they're not accepted by many folks in the republican party. i think the election numbers bear out the latino electorate continues to grow it will continue to grow, and so you know, i hope that they find a solution to it and they're able to be more accommodating, not only in tone and that's been mentioned several times, but actually in substance. it's not just what you say but actually the kinds of laws that you pass. it's also not just who you elect. they've elected several folks now, brian sandy val, marco cruz, a real effect on the party and moderate them with respect to the issues. >> thank you very much. thanks. and look forward to meeting you in person as you come to washington. lots of luck to you. >>> outgoing senator olympia snowe on the gridlock in washington and republican losses. >>> plus -- after a big election win what are the next legal ch
cain, governor jan brewer and sheriff joe arpaio. the rise all the more surprising the first openly bisexual member of the u.s. congress raised mormon but has been called an atheist. do you believe in god? >> you know, i'm not a member of any faith community. and i think that faith is a deeply personal issue that individuals should deal with in their private lives. >> meet radical left wing activist -- >> reporter: her opponents label her everything from a communist to a witch in one of the most hard-fought and expensive house races in the country. >> outside groups came in and spent a lot of money trying to tell a story about me that wasn't true. >> reporter: one of four kids growing up her family homeless for two years, her resume all the more impressive. a masters in law degree and a ph.d.. she even runs marathons and triathlons, tough, competitive, ambitious, a new voice in a state that may be changing. miguel marquez, cnn, phoenix. she's an impressive new member of congress out there. though things are changing, do keep in mind that the latinos and young people hoped to unseat sheriff j
-span.org. host: there are other results out there, including maricopa county. joe arpaio was reelected sheriff. he is 80 years old. this is his sixth straight term as sheriff. so that happened. joe the plumber lost his house race to marcy kaptur, winning only 24% of the vote. next is michael in fredericksburg, virginia. caller: hi, how you doing? i wanted to make a, and basically say that the republican party have nobody else to blame but themselves. pretty much their disinformation as far as to the media and to the people, people basically spoke at the tampa bay convention and wanted to elect ron paul, but he was suppressed. basically, it is your own fault for losing the election. host: you are calling from a swing state. did you vote yesterday? for whom? ron paul.wrote in host: do you think that was a common thing among ron paul supporters? caller: i'm sure. twonot voting between evils. host: the president set out a tweet. the president and mrs. obama. four more years. you can see it right there. "republicans gained another governorship tuesday, adding to the majority they gained two is ago,
joe arpaio, also is going to have federal observers. >> yeah. and we should point out the states in yellow, those are the ones the justice department's sending monitors to. >> right. >> so what are these people going to do? are they just observing? if they find something, do they say, hey, listen, we need to get to that. what are they going to do? >> they're watching for specific things. possible violations of federal voting rights laws. and they're also supposed to protect the rights of access to the ballot on election day. many of the places these federal observers are actually going to have been previously identified as places to watch by the court or the justice department. and, don, we also got word today that the justice department is watching early voting in florida. put out a little statement announcing they're going to be observing voting in the miami-dade area. we didn't hear anymore than that. we do know in miami-dade there have been some serious problems with traffic and people being able to get in. the lines are just so long right now for early voting in south florid
-deportation. >> you think? >> yeah. >> embrace sb-1070. they had marco rubio and joe arpaio, and it's not just immigration. voter id laws. hispanic, particularly in texas. found very, very offensive. and that was as well. >> the country changed. this may be the last election we see two white men run against each other. so different than it was. the vast majority of the votes. hispanic the fastest rising population. two white men, maybe the last presidential race, two white men run against each other for president of the united states. >> biracial. >> we're all thinking -- >> he is so smart. >> go to jake tapper in chicago. >> i just want to make sure that everybody is clear on the fact that barack obama is not white. has that been established? i feel like you needed to come to me. i have this breaking news flash, barack obama is african-american. if somebody could tell matt, that would be great. with the numbers it is stark. 71% latinos, voting for president obama. you had mitt romney without question, the most conservative republican on these immigration issues than i can remember. george w.
-year-old joe arpaio, he's 80 -- >> wow, i didn't realize he's 80. >> -- and he's known for his tough stance on undocumented immigrants. both the aclu and u.s. justice department has filed lawsuits against arpaio, accusing him of civil rights violations and racial discrimination against latinos. >>> very interesting decision out of puerto rico, has been overshadowed a bit by the presidential election, 61% of the u.s. voters in the territory voted in favor of statehood. the vote is nonbinding and would require action by congress, but this marks the first time ever that puerto ricans have voted in favor of that status change. >>> the director of massachusetts pharmacy board has been fired and the board's attorney is on administrative leave. this is in connection with the deadly meningitis outbreak. massachusetts officials say they ignored a jury complaint that necc was sending bulk shipments of drugs to colorado, which reportedly violates necc's colorado and massachusetts licenses. >>> other medical news. if you're taking stattens to keep your cholesterol down -- >> i am. >> -- you migh
been killed in syria's conflict. >>> after being elected for a sixth term, arizona sheriff joe arpaio says he wants to meet with members of the latino community. known for his tough stance on undocumented immigrants is being sued by the aclu and the justice department for racial discrimination and civil rights violations. arpaio has denied those allegations. >>> in other news, walmart is kicking off black friday deals even earlier this year, opening at 8:00 pm on thanksgiving instead of 10:00 pm. a walmart executive said the change was made after customers told the world's largest retailer they wanted to shop and go to bed earlier. >>> take a look at these pictures. what happens? what appears to be a smashed car is actually 17 athletes and acrobats painted and twisted to look like a crash. why, you ask? the video is part of an australian video safety bureau ad campaign, speed something the number one road safety issue contributing to a third of fatal crashes over the past two years. >>> colorado is about to give two meaning to the term rocky mountain high, people voted to change the s
. joe arpaio -- >> bill: out of control here? >> it really suggests a real agenda on the part of whoever the fbi agent was. as i understand the story now that jill kelley had a friend who was in the fbi. >> bill: yeah so they start an agenda. >> what was his agenda? that doesn't necessarily mean you get the investigation that you want. >> what did eric eric cantor do with that information? >> bill: he went to robert mueller to make sure -- but it looks like that guy had an agenda. maybe -- here's something maybe you can use. >> an october surprise. >> bill: maybe you could use this against obama in the election. >> it smells a lot like that. >> bill: so politics might very well have been sex and politician -- politics, man. i want to play a quick clip from senator sanders on msnbc about what should be our focus not on petraeus but on the fiscal cliff negotiations. >> we've got to come up with a plan that is fair. a plan in which the republicans understand that their proposals during the campaign to extend
with the attorney general and the controversial sheriff, joe arpaio, who are warning people they can still be prosecuted. >> that guy is in the middle of everything. >> it's a federal crime. yet, in states they're allowing people to grow it and sell it. >> it's a great unanswered legal question. >>> 19 minutes after the hour. for an expand look at all of our top stories, head to our blog. >>> if you think the fiscal cliff is just a washington problem, wait until you hear how you might be affect the. we're talking less money for every state. that's coming up next. hello!!!! [ all ] ohh! that is crazy! are you kidding me? let me see! oh! what! that's insane! noooo! mr. woodson? oh hello! hello! [ whistles ] hello! [ all ] hello! [ coach ] caleb, i've got someone i want you to meet. hello. [ male announcer ] at&t. the nation's largest 4g network. covering 3,000 more 4g cities and towns than verizon. rethink possible. starts with ground beef, unions, and peppers baked in a ketchup glaze with savory gravy and mashed russet potatoes. what makes stouffer's meatloaf best of all? that moment you en
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